The Nine Network has announced plans for a second free-to-air channel, leaving Seven as the only commercial web Down Under without a second offering.
"The Listener" will no longer be heard from on NBC after this month.
Quebec helmer-scribe Ricardo Trogi's biopic "1981" will open the Montreal World Film Festival on Aug. 27, fest prexy Serge Losique said Wednesday.
Film czar Wayne Clarkson is stepping down as exec director of Telefilm Canada when his five-year term ends in January.
In his debut as a Senate inquisitor, Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) asked Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor whether there was a "fundamental, overriding First Amendment right for Americans to have…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. It had to come up. At today's confirmation hearings for Sonia Sotamayor, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) asked the nominee how she made…
Sacha Baron Cohen's hit mockumentary "Bruno," about an outrageous gay Austrian fashion journalist, has been banned in Ukraine because it is "immoral."
French helmer Claude Chabrol ("Bellamy") is set to direct "Le Fauteuil hante" (The Haunted Chair), a TV crime drama series based on a 1909 classic Gallic novel penned by Gaston Leroux ("The Phantom…
A comic reworking of Sherlock Holmes, relocated to 21st century London, is one of the highlights of a new package of drama greenlit by the BBC.
The Locarno Film Festival has unveiled its lineup, which sees 10 world preems launching on the Swiss lakeside fest's Piazza Grande, following opener "500 Days of Summer," and a slew of potential…